Let’s Talk About: Our New Women’s Health Webinar Series

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We’ve partnered with UW Medicine’s Center for Women and Children to offer a free new women’s health webinar series called “Let’s Talk About” to answer all your important medical questions. 

Starting in late January 2021 and going through April, these webinars will feature UW Medicine experts and cover topics from vaginal health to midwifery to how race and racism impact health. 

To register for one or more of the webinars, check out the links below. During registration, you will be able to submit your questions to the panelists ahead of time and ask also questions during the event. 

Even if you can’t attend the live webinar, still register and the link to the recorded webinar will be sent to you. We hope to see you there! 

A woman wearing a face mask holding her pregnant belly.

Let’s Talk About: Pregnancy & the COVID-19 Vaccine 

Vaccines for COVID-19 are here, but are they safe for pregnant women and the developing baby? From safety to timing to concerns in-between, get the inside scoop from maternal health experts so you can have peace of mind about these pandemic-ending shots. 

Watch the recording of this webinar on YouTube.
  
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Let’s Talk About: The Vagina 

From that Cardi B. song to tears down there, our panelists will discuss everything you want and need to know about the down under (aka vulvovaginal health) so you don’t have to Google it.  
 
Watch the recording of this webinar on YouTube.

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Let’s Talk About: Health and Reproductive Rights  

Join us for an honest talk about how reproductive rights and health are inextricably linked, covering everything from contraception and family planning to abortion and reproductive justice. 

Watch the recording of the webinar on YouTube.

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An illustration of two midwives wearing face masks.

Let’s Talk About: Midwives 

From wellness exams to pregnancy care, midwives are women’s health specialists trained to assist you through everything from birth control to labor and delivery. Could a midwife be right for you? Our panel of certified nurse-midwives debunk common myths and answer your questions about their personalized approach to care. 

Date and time: April 28, 2021 at 11 a.m. PDT
Register here.

If you can't attend the live webinar but want to receive the recording, please still register via the link above.

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